Eric Lange & Jeff Ward Discuss Their Fates in Netflix’s Brand New Cherry Flavor

Netflix’s latest horror series Brand New Cherry Flavor is out now and it’s incredibly unique with kittens, vampires, odd sex scenes, and much more. The series stars Rosa Salazar in the lead role as aspiring filmmaker Lisa Nova with Catherine Keener, Eric Lange, and Jeff Ward rounding out the main cast. “Lisa Nova comes to LA dead set on directing her first movie,” reads the official synopsis. “But when she trusts the wrong person and gets stabbed in the back, everything goes sideways and a dream...
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Walt Simonson original artwork - Battlestar Galactica #22 cover

Walt SimonsonOriginal cover for Battlestar Galactica #22, 1980s. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Original art / Simonson original art ebay  >Simonson original art [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Doki Doki Literature Club!’s Deranged Girls Just as Wild in Erotic Art

Doki Doki Literature Club!, a visual novel renowned for its sporadic and mentally vexing happenings, seems to have artwork that is quite wild and raunchy, the aforementioned happenings doing little to impede artists when it comes to putting the girls into erotic scenarios. Those even minimally acquainted with the Internet know that artists have a […]
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Operating notes: POTA Saves the Day

Today, I packed the /P station into the car and headed out to Port Huron’s Pine Grove Park. One of the reasons for doing this was to activate the Lightship Huron, which is docked in the St. Clair River, very near where Lake Huron flows into the river. The Lightship Huron was the last operating lightship on the Great Lakes, and served for over 50 years when she was retired in 1970. The second reason was to participate in the International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend (ILLW). I’ve participate...
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Omonomono Newsletter, August 23 Update

Sign up for these as emails here. The double dog days of august–I mean, this is the second news letter this month, maybe I regressed back to normal blogging for a bit. Omonomono Newsletter, 2021-08-23 To be honest, COVID is still on the top of the list in Anime Land right now, and not like this please. I hope things are well with the rest of you though. Certainly whatever this current state of the world is, has more lasting power than the Konosuba mobile game (KonoFan), which I tried ...
Tags: Amazon, Japan, Hollywood, Newsletter, Taiwan, Netflix, Archer, Mlb, Anime, Nomura, Otakon, Muray, Shirobako, Macross Delta, Seiyuu, Evangelion

The JAV Olympics Blending Both Sports & Hardcore Sex

Written by ZENRA’s Fried Chikan The Tokyo 2021 Olympics have come and gone and those wishing the event could have stayed a little longer needn’t worry as the ever diverse world of Japanese AV can satiate just such a request, as there are a number of sports-themed JAV that will inspire observers into working out […]
Tags: Japan, Parody, Sports, AV, Olympics, Tokyo, Pornography, Anime, Fetish, Jav, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Video Gallery, Zenra

Watched at Home Top 20 Streaming Films for the Week of August 19

Hey there, fellow couch potatoes! This week, Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard took over the top spot from A Quiet Place Part II on DEG’s Watched at Home Top 20 List, while the horror film Don’t Breathe appeared at No. 19 as viewers prepped for the sequel. RELATED: Mission: Impossible 7 Set Video Shows Wild Train Crash Elsewhere, The House Next Door: Meet the Blacks 2 returned to the list at No. 16; and classic sports drama Field of Dreams popped up at No. 12 due to interest following the MLB’s real-lif...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Iowa, Ifc, Sony, Harry Potter, Streaming, Mlb, Warner Bros, MGM, Yellowstone, Hitman, Don, Morty, Rick, Peter Rabbit

Free Guy Stays Atop the Box Office, Posts Best 2nd Weekend Hold During Pandemic

Ryan Reynolds’ Free Guy continues to bring a much-needed positive vibe at the box office. The original action/comedy remained atop the charts with $18.8 million over the three-day weekend — an amazing drop of just 34% from its opening weekend, and the best second-weekend hold for any wide release this summer, per Deadline. That number also bests the likes of Peter Rabbit 2 (-40%), Boss Baby 2 (-45%), Forever Purge (-43%), and Stillwater (-45%) as well as Reynolds’ entire filmography, including a...
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Monday, August 23 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for August 23, 2021: Filming in California Movie: On the Line  Location: 450 E Temple St., Los Angeles Movie: House Party Location: 615 S Broadway, Los Angeles (until Aug. 26th) Project: Wild Chickens Location: 929 S Broadway, Los Angeles (until Aug. 25th) Filming in New York Movie: Corduroy (code name for […] The post Monday, August 23 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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“Criticism” Emerges Over Art Depicting a White Black Panther

Twitter’s usual brigade of “race police” have come out again as an artist has dared to draw Black Panther, a black Marvel Comics character from Wakanda, as a white man, naturally causing the usual vehement crying from deranged social media addicts despite the fact that these same individuals have no problem when white characters are […]
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Interview: The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf Director Kwang Il Han

The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf is out on Netflix on August 23, 2021. The film focuses on the witcher that trained Geralt named Vesemir and gives key backstory details for the hit series. “The world of The Witcher expands in this anime origin story: Before Geralt, there was his mentor Vesemir — a swashbuckling young witcher who escaped a life of poverty to slay monsters for coin,” says the official synopsis. “But when a strange new monster begins terrorizing a politically-fraught kingdom, Ves...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Action, Netflix, Streaming, Anime, Bessemer, Wolf, Movie News, Geralt, The Witcher, Vesemir, The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, Movie Features, Tyler Treese, Kwang Il Han

Black Canary Solo Film Finally Coming to the DC Cinematic Universe

Dinah Lance steps into the spotlight as a Black Canary movie is on its way!Read more...
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‘WandaVision’ Actress Kathryn Hahn Compares Agatha and Wanda to ‘Amadeus’

Emmy-nominated WandaVision actress Kathryn Hahn is speaking the right words when drawing comparisons between Agatha, her witchy character on Marvel’s first Disney+ series, and a jealous court composer named Salieri, played by F. Murray Abraham, in the Oscar-winning 1984 film Amadeus. Wanda Maximoff equals Mozart, of course. The 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony is set to air on September 19, 2021, and in a related interview with The AV Club, Hahn discussed what might seem like an unlikely ...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Marvel, Disney, Star Trek, Wanda, Mozart, Abraham, Agatha, Robert Lopez, Kathryn Hahn, American Film Institute, Matt Shakman, Murray Abraham, Salieri

Interview: Director Martin Campbell Discusses The Protégé

The latest action film from legendary director Martin Campbell is out now in theaters. The Protégé features a star-studded cast that includes Maggie Q, Samuel L. Jackson, and Michael Keaton in the lead roles. “Rescued as a child by the legendary assassin Moody (Samuel L. Jackson) and trained in the family business, Anna (Maggie Q) is the world’s most skilled contract killer,” says the official synopsis. “But when Moody – the man who was like a father to her and taught her everything she needs to...
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Azur Lane’s Taihou Does Naughty Things in Front of a Crowd

Azur Lane‘s glorious well-endowed Taihou has been wildly adored as the woman performs perverted favors in front of a crowd, with such performances likely to be a common occurrence and sure to have observers wishing they could be a part of this fictional world. The stupendous animation has Taihou doing various sexual acts and will […]
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Zoom dilemmas solved! Expert advice on making video chats less awkward and more fun

Whether it’s chatting with small children, planning occasions or finding ways to socialise off-camera, after 18 months of lockdowns we’ve learned what worksWith many parts of Australia still in lockdown, connecting with others can feel increasingly challenging.Whether video calls are stifling your usual banter with friends, or the problem is actually hearing them at all over a patchy internet connection, Zoom fatigue is real. Continue reading...
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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: A Novel

While novelizations of popular movies have long existed (especially before the advent of home video), Quentin Tarantino’s novelization of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is the first example I can find of a filmmaker adapting their own movie for the page. Alright, let’s not get too far into Auteur theory here; filmmaking is an inherently collaborative medium, but few would dispute that Tarantino was the true guiding force of the film. So this adaptation has an inherent hook that the usual, perhaps...
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Isabela Merced Loved Doing Her Stunts in Sweet Girl, Wants a Sequel

Netflix’s revenge thriller Sweet Girl starring Jason Momoa and Isabela Merced is now streaming. The film is the latest from director Brian Andrew Mendoza and sees Momoa looking for revenge after the death of his wife. Both actors had high praise for the stunt team they worked with, 87eleven, and Merced said it was the most fun she’s ever had doing stunts and hopes for a sequel with even more action. “[I’m playing] empowered characters only. It was so much fun because they got to do a lot of the ...
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Diva Birthday Bash Part II: Who doesn’t sweat a lot better in the dark?

Dick Tracy Welcome to Screen Gems, our weekend dive into queer and queer-adjacent titles of the past that deserve a watch or a re-watch. The Forgotten: Dick Tracy Continuing our Diva Birthday Bash here at Screen Gems, we honor Madonna who turned 63 this week by reviving one of her most successful–and most forgotten films. Nobody back in 1990 would have ever believed that the world would have all but forgotten Dick Tracy some 30 years later. The movie, produced by Disney, arrived in theatres...
Tags: Feature, Hollywood, Entertainment, Disney, Lifestyle, Stephen Sondheim, Madonna, Beatty, Batman, Dick Van Dyke, Ad Friendly, Queerty, McDonald, Sondheim, Blu Ray, Dick Tracy

Teaser for Experimental Animation 'Los Huesos' from Cociña & León

"Fragments of the ritual performed by me…" Our friends at The Film Stage have revealed a teaser trailer for an intriguing animated short film from Chile titled Los Huesos, premiering at the 2021 Venice Film Festival in a few weeks. This is the latest work from the Chilean experimental animators Joaquín Cociña & Cristóbal León (they made The Wolf House recently) and it's exec produced by horror director Ari Aster. What's their new 14-min short about? "Shot on a 16mm Bolex, the short is a fict...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Animation, Chile, Short Film, Venice Film Festival, Philip Glass, Leon, Tim Fain, To Watch, Cocina, Wolf House, Ari Aster, Jaime Guzmán, Experimental Animation Los Huesos, Joaquín Cociña Cristóbal León

LIMBO, NEW ORDER, SWEAT and More in MUBI’s September Line-up

The arthouse streaming service has announced its September roster. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Official Trailer for Thai Romance 'Love Battle' About Love Insurance

"I think you guys watch too much soap opera." CJ Entertainment has revealed two new official trailers for the Thai romantic comedy called Love Battle, from a filmmaker named Wirat Hengkongdee making his second feature film. This already opened in Thailand in 2019, and is finally coming to the US soon. Tan is an insurance actuary who has calculated the survival probability of romantic relationships. He comes up with a new insurance policy called "Love Insurance", after being hurt and betrayed...
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Another Marvel Masterpiece

"The strangest super-heroes of all"X-men #1 comic book ad, 1960s - This in-house Marvel ad looks entirely too tame given the importance of this issue. Hard to believe this came out more than a year after the FF premiered. Published in Fantastic Four #19.- - - - - - - - - -Home / Ads  [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Virtual YouTubers Mostly Watched by Females Everyday, According to Survey

A survey regarding how frequently participants watch virtual YouTubers has provided some interesting revelations despite the small sample size, such as the fact that mostly the females watch virtual YouTubers almost every day. The survey (conducted by IT tool comparison site STRATE) gathered the opinions of 400 men and women in their teens and 20s […]
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Green Lantern Corps Actor Finn Wittrock Thinks New Series Will be Epic

Green Lantern is getting another chance at life, but this time on the small screen.Read more...
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Army of the Dead : The Making of the Film Book Review

From the director of Dawn of the Dead, Watchmen, and Batman V Superman, comes Army of the Dead, Zack Snyder’s eagerly awaited return to the zombie scene, starring Dave Bautista. Following a zombie outbreak in Las Vegas, a group of mercenaries take the ultimate gamble, venturing into the quarantine zone to pull off the greatest heist ever attempted. This 192 paged hardcover volume takes readers behind the scenes of this much-anticipated film and reveals the locations, characters, and zombies. ...
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New Release Review [VOD] - RISING WOLF

A young woman finds herself trapped in a high rise elevator. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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"These are exploitation films to a degree (exploiting the audience’s willingness to view 'surviving' a film as tantamount to a badge of honor as much as exploiting the actors’ willingness to play at debasing themselves)..."

"... but they are also, and more importantly, meditations on the nature of the freak. If there can be said to be some kind of philosophical import to ['Female Trouble'], it is this: [John] Waters executes a dialectical examination of the freak through an immanent analysis of the outsider, following its internal movements toward a negative critique of society (that is, an exposition of the intrinsic contradictions upon which society operates), but ultimately demonstrating that the liminality of t...
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